Well, the name of the PHP “header”, would suggest that some contents at the beginning of the page were expected to arrive via it’s output and may very well be missing from the output for not having been run through PHP’s parser.
You might want to look and see if you have that PHP file in the collection of materials you got, and it would not hurt to pop it into your text editor as often PHP files while typically for programming (I do a lot of PHP coding) , can be used for simply to add some little twiddle to what otherwise is largely plain old web content.
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